One of these fasciculi is anterior; the other is situated further back.
Hunter counted thirty-four of these fasciculi in one of the largest.
All the muscles are enveloped in membranes, and the fasciculi, or bundles and fibres of muscles, have their membranous sheathing.
These two fasciculi terminate in the snout, which they move laterally.
Thence it passes towards the tarsus and divides into two fasciculi, internal and external, which are continued by tendons.
The two fasciculi then pass towards the knee, being in relation with the rectus and the vastus internus of the triceps.
In no respect does man so much differ from the ape as in the quantitative development of these fasciculi.
The muscle itself is made up of a number of these fasciculi bound together by a denser layer of connective tissue.
Pick the bundles and fasciculi apart until the fibers are so fine as to be almost invisible to the naked eye.
fasciculi from this band may penetrate into the root of the mesentery (Gegenbaur).
fasciculus fas·cic·u·lus (fə-sĭk'yə-ləs)
n. pl. fas·cic·u·li (-lī')
A bundle of anatomical fibers, as of muscle. Also called fascicle.